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Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon told the Akron Beacon-Journal that people are going to be shocked when they see their offense this season.
“Defenses will be shocked to say the least with how much we’re running down field,” Gordon said. “I’ve never ran this much as a wide receiver ever in my life, and that’s a good thing. And not just me, everyone from the slot guys to running backs, everyone’s got passing plays in the system.”
Gordon had a pretty impressive rookie season as he hauled in 50 receptions for 805 yards and 5 touchdowns.
If quarterback Brandon Weeden can continue to get better, the Browns offense has the ability to be pretty scary in 2013.
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